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Photo Gallery: Women's Bureau kicks off New Year with Outreach in Chicago and Gary, Ind.
(January 16, 2013)

Images include:

  • Regional Representative Ken Bennett and Chicago Women's Bureau Regional Administrator Grace Protos (center of far table) welcome about 20 women business leaders to a roundtable discussion in Chicago, Jan. 15.
  • Officials pose following the roundtable in Chicago. From left: Thomas Gauza, district director, Wage and Hour Division, Chicago; Carmen Navarro, director of Quality Assurance and Training, Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs; Grace Protos, regional administrator, Women's Bureau, Chicago; Ken Bennett, secretary's regional representative; Adele Gagliardi, regional director, Office of State Systems, Employment, Training and Administration; Rose Zibert, regional director, Office of Special Initiatives and Demonstrations, Employment and Training Administration; Debbie Pascal, program analyst, Women's Bureau; Clarisol Duque, chief of staff, Senator Dick Durbin's Office.
  • About 50 women business leaders attended a forum in Gary, Ind., Jan. 16 hosted by Gary Mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson.
  • Thomas Gauza, Wage and Hour Division director, Chicago; addresses the forum hosted by Mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson (far right) in Gary, Ind. At the podium is Grace Protos, Women's Bureau regional administrator in Chicago. Other panelist included representatives from the Employment and Training Administration and Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs."

Images include:

  • Regional Representative Ken Bennett and Chicago Women's Bureau Regional Administrator Grace Protos (center of far table) welcome about 20 women business leaders to a roundtable discussion in Chicago, Jan. 15.
  • Officials pose following the roundtable in Chicago. From left: Thomas Gauza, district director, Wage and Hour Division, Chicago; Carmen Navarro, director of Quality Assurance and Training, Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs; Grace Protos, regional administrator, Women's Bureau, Chicago; Ken Bennett, secretary's regional representative; Adele Gagliardi, regional director, Office of State Systems, Employment, Training and Administration; Rose Zibert, regional director, Office of Special Initiatives and Demonstrations, Employment and Training Administration; Debbie Pascal, program analyst, Women's Bureau; Clarisol Duque, chief of staff, Senator Dick Durbin's Office.
  • About 50 women business leaders attended a forum in Gary, Ind., Jan. 16 hosted by Gary Mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson.
  • Thomas Gauza, Wage and Hour Division director, Chicago; addresses the forum hosted by Mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson (far right) in Gary, Ind. At the podium is Grace Protos, Women's Bureau regional administrator in Chicago. Other panelist included representatives from the Employment and Training Administration and Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs."